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Anaheim Brewery’s “Anaheim 1888” Wins Silver Medal At Statewide Competition

From the Anaheim Brewery Blog: Anaheim 1888, our flagship beer, won a Silver Medal at the 2014 California State Fair Commercial Craft Brewing Competition. This competition is limited to beers brewed in the State of California. Greg Gerovac, one of the brewers and owners, says “We are thrilled that our flagship beer placed so high among such outstanding competition.” Over ...

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City Launches Beach Boulevard Renewal Initiative

The city is planning to spruce up the segment of Beach Boulevard running from Lincoln Avenue to Ball Road, a stretch of streetscape that has seen better days. “Improve the Boulevard” is made possible, in part, by a $500,000 grant from the state government’s Strategic Growth Council under the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentives Program. It will help fund the ...

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Anaheim Packing District Grand Opening On May 31!

The grand opening of the Anaheim Packing District is this Saturday, May 31 from noon to 10:00 p.m. After what seems like an interminable wait, the public will finally get to see the old citrus packing house enjoy what the OC Register calls “a culinary walkabout, inspired by Old World food markets, in the heart of the city’s historic downtown.” ...

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April 2 At Anaheim Brewery: United Pale Ale Tapping

The unifying power of beer will be in evidence tomorrow at the Anaheim Brewery. From the Anaheim Brewery Blog: Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to tap Unite Pale Ale, the result of International Women’s Collaboration Brew Day! You can feel good about each pint of Unite Pale Ale, since a portion of the proceeds will go to support the Pink ...

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“Censorship” Crybabies

This is a minor issue, but it illustrates how out-of-touch with reality are the motley crew who present themselves as the genuine Voice of the People of Anaheim. Jason Young, who decamped for the Golden Hills section of Fullerton several months ago, posted an item on his Save Anaheim blog accusing Anaheim Councilwoman Kris Murray of “censorship,” claiming she blocked ...

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Anaheim Anti-Police Protest Photos You Won’t See in the OC Register

The OC Register has a few photos from yesterday’s anti-police protest in front of Anaheim City hall and the Anaheim Police Department. It’s amazing (but not really surprising) how the OCR managed to almost completely avoid posting pictures of the red flags emblazoned with the likeness of the murderous Communist thug Che Guevara; the plenitude of signs (often carried by ...

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Anaheim Chamber Gears Up City’s 4th of July Celebration

This came over the transom from the transom from the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce: Chamber Gearing Up for Fourth of July Celebration The Anaheim Hills Fourth of July Celebration is quickly approaching and the Canyon Hills Community Council and the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce have a variety of events that are open to the community. The festivities begin with the ...

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“Graffiti is Art. It Doesn’t Even Count.”

“Sinnah Back“ is the nom-du-video taken by a comrade of Donna Acevedo. Sinnah back runs around taking video of Anaheim police officers in the course of their duties, accompanied by running commentary that is generally derogatory and often obscene. Here is one from a weeks ago, titled “Officer offend community member by saying playground looks l” [sic] — a title ...

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ESCRI Forum: Blame The Anaheim Police

I encourage you to read today’s Voice of OC article on last night’s forum organized by the East Street Community Renewal Initiative (ESCRI), a project of former (and potentially future) Councilwoman Lorri Galloway. It contains many jewels. Let’s start with this one: “The consensus from the forum attendees was clear – the police department is still racist, and city government still can’t ...

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